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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r V rr jc 7M n THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXV STANFORD KY FRIDAY JULY 5 1907 NO 36 IEasy Marks A man with a mania for answering ndvertiacments has had some interest- Ing experiences lie learned that by sending 1 to a yankee ho could got a cure for drunkards And ho did itit wits to take the pledge and keep it Then ho sent CO cents to find out how to raise turnips successfully Ho found out Just take hold of tho top and lift Being young ho wished to marry and sent 31 onecent stamps to n Chlca r KO firm for information as to how to make an impression When tho an swer camo It read Sit down on a pan of dough Next day he sent for 12 useful household article and got n packa o of need t letHe was slow to loam so ho sent to find out how to Rot rich Work hard and never spend a cent That stopped him But his brother wrote to find out how to write without a pen and ink He wn told to use a pencil lie paid to learn how to Hvo with out work and was told on a postal card Fish for easy marks like we do Hardware Reporter The long distance telephone develop meat tab been wonderful It began about 25 years ago In 1881 there were only a little more than a thousand miles of toll wires in tho country At the bcglnnlnninf of the present year the Bell system included 1461173 miles of toll and long distance lines and the mileage has been materially Increasd Inco then The number of daily mes sages carried by long distance telephone line 25 years ago was 300 Last year tho Boll company trade on nn average 101000 toll collections daily In other words nt tho beginning of tho present year there were more than 1000 times j as many miles of toll wire in the Bell system as there were 25 years ago and in the quarter of a century the number of toil messages handled daily increas ed more than n tlwwand fold Best Medicine in tho World for Collo and Diarrhoea I find Chamberlains Colic Chol era nod Diarrhoea Ileinedy to bo tht heat remedy In tho world Bays Mr C L Carter of Sklrura Ala I am Nubjwi to colic and diarrhoea Las During it seemed as though I would die and I think I would U I hadnt taken Chamborlaln Collo Cholera and Diarrhoea Itomedy I havnt been troubled with It ttinco until this week when I had a very severe attack and took half a bottle of the coat sire Chamberlain Collo Cholera and t Diarrhoea Homed and this morning I feel like a now man Ior salo by nil druggistsIN MEMORIAM- Iny loving memory of our dearly be loved mother Amanda J Tartar who died 12 months ago today July 1st Just twelve long months ago you left us How we miss you mother dear And remember all your kindness As we drop a silent tear Although your hand we can not clasp Your face we can not see Yet let this little token tell That we remember thee If love and care would death prevent Your days would not so soon be spent J P TAKTHR Two Irishmen were eating their lunch when one asked the other Pat an what be ye thinking about Pat replied Shure Mike I was uthinking how I would be getting me clothes over mo wings when I would get yto heaven You would better be thinking how you would bo getting your hat over your horns when you get to the other place answered Mike mss t Take the Postmasters Word for It- Mr F M Hamilton postmaster at Cherry nle Ind keeps also a stock of general merchandise and patent medicines He says Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Is standard hero In Its line It never falls to give satisfaction and we could hardly afford to be without IttI For sale by all druggists S You can fool some of the people all of the time and all of the people some of the time began the man who is fond of moral reflections And what more do you want Inter rupted his political friend Any bet ter game would be too easy Constipation For constipation there Is nothing quite so nice as Chamberlains Stom ach and Liver Tablets They always produce a pleasant movement of the l bowels without any dlsagreoableetrect I Price 25 cents Samples free All druggistsS London Is to have a handle factory This will introduce to you Evangelis George H Nicol of Roseville III Brother Nicol comes highly recommended as a man of ability and power fillet with tho spirit of God having the Lords work thoroughly at heart II is a conscientious and consecrated ser want of tho Muster To miss any or those services means a great loss to you Everybody is cordially invited Meetings to be held at Logans Creel church four miles South of Stanfon on tho Stanford and Somerset pike be ginning Sunday July 14 at 11 A and continuing Indefinitely J T Monuis MATRIMONIAL P W Kennedy and Miss Annie Long both of the Highland section were married yesterday C I4 Anderson and Miss Nannie lies ton both of Hcdgevillo Boyle county wore united in the holy bonds of wedlock at the Veranda Hotel by Rev L M Omer Wednesday morning- It develops from the decision of a Kentucky judge that a man has no right to marry his mother Inlaw Tho average man has no desire to Ordinarily ho prefers to see her go to tho dcmni tion bowwows But occasionally a fel low falls in love with that most abused of women One in Hardin county did and his marriage has just been annull edYesterday evening at 8 oclock Rev R II Love performed the ceremony that united in marriage Joseph B Smith and Mrs Jcnnio W Bishop both ol Ponca City The ceremony took place at the residence of the bride on South Sixth street The groom is an old resident and one of the best citizens of Kay county owning a fine farm west of this city Tho bride is too well knowr to our people to need any introduction her friends extending as far as her ac quaintance Tho wholo city will Join with the Courier in extending congratulations and host wishes for a long life filled with the best things of this world They will make their future home In this city Ponca City Oklahoma Dally Courier The bride was Miss Jennie White formerly of this county Lincoln County Sunday School Convention Tho annual convention of the County Sunday School Association will be held at the Proachcrsvillo Baptist church on July 16 A good program is being pre pared and every effort will be made to make this the best convention ever- held in tae county A State worker who is thoroughly conversant with every detail of Sunday school work will bo present Some of the best local tal ent will also be utilized The secreta ry Joseph C McClary is now gather ing reports from the schools of the county and every superintendent should send in his report and contribu tion promptly Each school in the coun ty should appoint one or two delegate to represent the school officially Look for the program In next weeks paper For any information address the county president L M OSIER The New York Evening Post has ex humed the weather records of previous years with the result of discovering In 1881 a spring very much like the one we have just survived In the first week of April frost touched Mississippi and snow fell in tho Middle States May opened with a very low thermometer and as late as June 24 the temperature- was much below the normal On July 1 a period of intense heat began A week later business had to be suspend ed in some of the interior cities on account of the great heat It looks very much like we are to continue to have a duplicate of 1881 A Memorable Day One of the days we remember with pleasure as well as with profit to our health is the one on which wo became acquainted with Dr Kings New Life Pills the painless purifiers that euro headache and biliousness and keep tho bowels right 25c at Iennya Drug Store NEWS NOTES The weather bureau reports that the June just closed was the coolest for 75 yearsTho Winchester SunSentinel editors and correspondents will have an outing on July 11 W T Brinson of Wavcross Ga who weighs C70 pound Is said to bo the biggest Elk in the world John O Kennedy a prominent farmer of Leitchfield was thrown ftom his buggy and almost instantly killed The Treasury Department purchased 1100000 ounces of silver for delivery at Denver at C788 cents per fine ounce The Casino building on the bluff overt looking tho James river water front at Newport News Va was destroyed by fire Three men whom Orchard implicated in his confession took the stand in the Haywood trial at Boise and gave testimony In direct conflict with the star witness story- Fiftytwo men had a miraculous escape from death whoa the wall of a Cincinnati store building collapsed The majority were laborers who were bur- Ied under the falling bricks Ten were hurt but none seriously Judge Parker of the Fayotte circuit court decided that the suit of the heirs of Dr B D Cox against James and Elbert Hargis and Ed Callahan for 100000 damages on account of the murder of Dr Cox should be tried in LexingtonThe ore docks at West Du luth last month broke all former rec ords for shipping iron ore their total being 216G95G tons making the amount shipped so far this year 4091786 tons The Superior and the Two Harbors docks together have shipped a little more than this amount Mrs Joel Thomas of Rolf I T shot and killed her 18 yearold daughter and then shot and fatally injured herself Mrs Thomas left a note to her husband in which she declared she could not live longer on account of ill health and that she could not be separated from her daughter The family Is prominent Brookport III was threatened with destruction by fire of incendiary origin Iand the women and children of the town had to join with the men in fighting the flames with buckets of water there being no waterworks It Is believed that a monomaniac is working in tho town with a passion for burning buildings Landholders of Hurlancounty arc up- in arms over tho alleged unfair deal ings with them by the agents and legal employes of Charles Henry Davis of New York who is suing over half of the landowners of that county for their property he claiming these lands on an old patent issued in 184G A mass meeting of these people has been called for today when it is expected that decisive action will be taken in the matterThe Negro Robert Hocker who kill ed Newton Veal in Fayetto county May 8 and who has been hunted since was captured in Cincinnati by the aid of a Negro woman who gave him away Asked if he was Rocker the Negro said Yes and I killed Veal I used to work for him but left him last fall lie abused me and claimed that I owed him t8 He owed me money but I was afraid to ask him for it He met me on tho road and started to pick up a rock Ills brother also came running up and I thougnt they would kill me so I fired I ran to the house of my motherinlaw about 12 miles away I would have given myself up but I was afraid of a mob I went to Louisville from there to Jeffersonville and and from there to Cincinnati where I was arrested I got a wife and two children in Lexington and Ive never been in trouble before I wouldnt have harmed Veal if he had not tried to kill me The Doctor Awayfrom Home when Most Needed People are often very much disap pointed to find that their family phy sician Is away from homo when they most need his services Disease like cramp colic and cholera morbus re qulro prompt treatment and have in many instances proven fatal before medicine could bo procured or a phy sician summoned The right way is to keep at hand a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem edy No physician can proscribe abet ter medicine for these diseases By having in the house you escape much pain and suffering and all risk Buy It now it may save life For sale by all druggists The Fiscal Court of McCracken county has decided to put the question of a 100000 bond issuo for building 200 mIles of gravel roads in McCracken county before the voters in November S During the summer kidney Irregu larities are often caused by excessive drinking or being overheated Attend to the kidneys at once by using Foleys Kidney Cure OL Ponny IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES W S Fish of Paint Lick has an nounced for county clerk of Madison Judge W C Bellhas appointed Judge C R McDowell master commissioner of Boyle county At Richmond Gus Dollmuth a restau rant keeper was probably fatally stabbed by Dude Scarcy aged 16 Capt Thomas M Boone twin brother of Capt Sam M Boone of Somer set is dead at McKinney Texas James A Corry formerly of Wayne county became engaged in an alterca tion at Hallam Neb and was instantly killedW Johnson was appointed by Gov Bcckham Magistrate of the Eighth Pu laski district to succeed Squire Mur phy deceased William M Ragsdalo of Marion coun ty has been promoted in the Depart ment of Justice to the position of naturalization examiner at Pittsburg on a salary of 2000 Green Gambrel is dead and Garrard Gambref badly wounded as the result of a pistol duel between the two men who ore cousins fhe affray occurred on Stinking creek 14 miles from Bar Moss convened a special grand jury at Williamsburg to investigate the killing of Millard Hatmakcr by Thomas Wagner and Dr York by St Clair Par rott both of which tragedies occurred in the eastern part of the county within the last 10 days A Danville dispatch says It will be a source of much rejoicing to the many friends of Prof H A Scomp of Alder son Va to hear of the success of his daughter Miss Viola Scomp who has been for the past two years at the Uni versity of Paris France She has com pleted her course in that noted institu tion and received herdegree Very few Americans attain this distinction and she is widely congratulated Her fath er Prof Scomp is said to be one of the best scholars in Kentucky and she is following in his footsteps She has secured a position in a Central Missouri collegeThe on Saturday in this city nt her home on High street of Mrs Belle Jones one of tho heirs of the Baron Springer estate estimated to be worth 80000000 has revived interest in this collossal fortune for which there are a number of claimants in Kentucky Mrs W R Frazier daughter of Mrs Jones stated Monday to a Leader re porter that Captain C C Calhoun the former wellknown Lexington at torney who now resides in Washington and who has been so successful in secur ing back claims against tho Federal Government for soldiers has been retained by the local heirs as attorney and letters papersand other documents bearing on the case will at once be put in his possession It is also plan ned to have a meeting soon of all the known heirs scattered over various States to take some active steps to wards securing this vast fortune which Is located principally in Wilmington Delaware As an indication of the value of the estate some of the leading business enterprises in the Delaware capital are now located on the land once owned by Baron Springer among them the Dupont Powder Works Tho death of Mrs Jones removes one of the prin cipal heirs to the Springer millions but there are several other heirs in Kentucky Mrs Jones left four chil drenLexington Leader Mrs Jones was a sister of Mr James P Goode of lIustonville War Against Consumption An nations are endeavoring to check the ravages of consumption the white plague that claims so many victims each year Foleys Honey and Tar cures coughs and colds perfectly and you are in no danger of consumption Do not risk your health by tak ing some unknown preparation when Foleys Honey and Tar Is safe and certain In results The genuine is in a yellow package G L Peony Kentuckys output of coalduring 1906 was nearly twice the total amount mined in the State in 1900 according to the report of the State Mining Depart lent filed with the Governor at Frankfort The report also shows that tho State leads the country In the production of spar and is coming to the front- n barytes minin- gitimulation Without Irritation That is the watchword That Is vhat Orino Laxative Fruit Syrups lees Cleanses and stimulates the towels without irritation In any form O L Penny READ the several bank statements which appear this Issue and see if you do not think they are pretty solid Institutions Penny has just received another hlpment of Hyomei tho catarrh cure that is sold under guarantee of costs LOtlilng unless it cures to Come in md see It G L Penny MEET MEAT THE THE LINCOLN COUNTY FAIR At Stanford Ky July 1718and 19 07 Liberal Premiums In All Rings Storms Military Band Will Furbish the Music A B Bonta the Celebrated Perryville Ca terer will furnish a fine dinner each day Great Roadster Saddle and Harness Rings Each Day of Fair Write for Catalogue S T HARRIS J F CUMMINS President Secretary Condition of the First National Bank of Stanford Ky JUNE 29 1907- RESOURCES Loans Stocks and Bond v 188676 94 Overdrafts 7060 19 U S Bonds and Premium 51500 00rBanking House and Other Real tltei 9178 66 a Due from Banks 16950 I6tDue from State ol Kentucky 300 91 Due from U S Treasurer 2500 00 Cash 18207 31 294374 17 LIABILITIES Capital Stock 50000 00 Surplus Fund 15000 00 Undivided Profits 1878 40 Fund to Pay Taxes 736 54 Circulation 49100 00 Individual Deposits 170159 2- 3RedUcounl7500 00 294374 17 Crosi Earnings thy Six Months 5216 II Left Over Lat Six Months 1779 64 6995 75 DISPOSED OF AS FOLLOWS Dividend 3 Per Cent 1500 00 Fund to Pay Taxes 1265 00 Paid Expenses 2352 35 Leaves Undivided Profits 1878 40 6995 75 J S HOCKER President S T HARRIS Vice President I JOHN J McROBERTS Cashier W H WEAREN Asst Cashier Something To Tickle The Women Folks- A Stove with the largest oven that you ever sawand some other extra good features combinedwith a firstclass range throughout makes this Stove hard to beat If you are in need of a Cook Stove do notjfail to see me before you buy All kinds Pumps from 150 up to 8150 i S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Tinner and Plumber W B McRobertsDRUGGIST I U Books Wall Paper Paints Oils and Tarnisheslull PERSONAL supervision given to all Prescriptions compounded ti St ftl1W rThe Interior Journal E Co WALTON = J T ROBERTS MR htrRte In the Crab mlldnte forIt a c to the Orchard action of thedemocratic pnrtyubjec11 JOHN J MOSER lin candidate for jailer of thu IVmwrutlc inbjcct to nctlon of party l M BRUCE for Jntlor of Uncoln eOllnt- 3lubJel U n enndllhlle IIocrntlc to the netton of the ltparty JAMES C HAYS i Ii a cnmlldate for nctlon Jailor of of tho Democratic inbHcl to party D C ALLEN Ii n candidate for Assessor of of the JUiuiocrutlc COunt ty subject to the nctlon party Democratic Ticket For IT S SenatorJ C W Beck barnFor GovernorS W Hager I For Attorney GeneralJohn IC HendricksFor Superintendent Schools I MOWinfrey For Commissioner of Agriculture J W Newman For Lieutenant GovernorSouth TrimbleFor M Bosworth For Secretary of StateHubert VreelandFor Laffoon For Clerk of Court of Appeals John B Chenault Lincoln coun For Representative of tyW H Shanks TilE government has spent thousands of dollars In to prosecute the trusts under the Sherman law but has accomplished little beyond increasing the prices of commod ities In fact it may be stated that with all its socalled effort the Federal government has hardly made a dent on the trust business More trusts exist in the United States today than ever before in the history of the country and new ones are being organized right along As a trust- buster administration is athe present failure FRANCIS MURPHY the great temperance lecturer is dead at Los Angeles Cal Murphy first came into promi advocate in nence as a temperance Pittsburg Pa in 1876 Under his I leadership a blue ribbon propaganda resulted in thousands of men signing the Murphy Pledge and attracted national attention Ho believed in moral suasion and did more perhaps for the temperance cause than any other man of his time TilE term of the Court of Appeals just k ended has been a busy one The number of cases disposed of 1276 was over double as many as the Supreme t Court of the United States decided al though it is composed ofnine judges and the Kentucky tribunal has but seven The number of cases reversed by the Court of Appeals 219 shows that the circuit judges are doing pretty badly BOOKER T WASHINGTON the Tuske gee educator has been refused the rental of a residence for the summer at fashionable Mamaroneck but it is un 9 derstood that he has managed to lease a house in Oyster Bay the summer capita and will shortly take possession of it Teddy will no doubt be deelighted to have Booker a next door neighbor CHARLES H MOVER was reelected president and William D Haywood as secretarytreasurer of the Western Federation of Miners by the Federation convention although they are imprisoned in Idaho on the charge of complicity in the murder of former Gov Steunen j berg AN undertaker by any other name is i as much to be dreaded Morticians as they want to be called wont help t the matter much POLITICAL M O Dcwar has been recommended t for postmaster at Gravel Switch Puiaski republicans will nominate a candidate for Representative by a pri nary Aug 10- Secretary Taft is sojourning at his summer home In Canada to rest his i voice and recuperate in preparation for his labors which will be resumed about Sept Hon i P Watt Hardin one of the bestknown leaders among Kentucky 1 Democrats in recent years is accumu lating a vast fortune from a Georgia f gold mine The Glasgow Times says that if the republicans carry the State this fall Caleb Powers if he is not hanged in I the meantime will represent the 11th a 5 district in Congress next time President Roosevelt appointed Gen James B Aleshire to be quartermaster General of the army with the rank of Brigadier Generalhto succeed Charles b E will retire fj All fourthclass postmasters in Georg ia have been granted absence not exceeding five days to attend the State League of Fourthclass Postmas tars to be at Atlanta an August 17 John Temple Graves in an Interview at Lexington says Roosevelt could carI ry Tennessee and Georgia should nominated for the presidency again Graves says the South will not insist on a Southern man for the Democratic Taft has announced that it has finally been decided to establish permanently the office of secretary of the Isthmian Canal Commission oh the isthmus and Joseph B Bishop tho present secretary of that body will proceed at his earliest convenience to Panama to establish himself there The programme for President Roose velts trip down the Mississippi in Oc teber has been given out by Secretary Loeb It will bo preceded by an address at the McKinley monument dedi cation at Canton 0 September 30 and I will end with a speech at Memphis alter which there will be a quick return i to WashingtonThe of the division of dead letters of the Postofilce Department for April 1907 shows that the number of letters returned to senders in that month exceeded all former monthly records There were returned to senders 459409 letters and packages representing all or 100 per cent of the re turnable matter In April 1900 220 145 letters and packages were returned this being 60 per cent of the returnable matter PLEASANT POINT We are glad to state that the sick are improving Rev W G Tilford will fill his ap ointment next Saturday and Sunday Mr CofTeys saw mill on South Fork was badly torn up but as luck would have it no one was hurt We were visited by a severe hailstorm Saturday evening but not a great deal of damage was done Will Brown and George Hogue have gone to Burnside Mrs D Baxter who has been visiting her mother has returned to her home at Nicholasville John Dye has moved to Buck Creek Mrs W H Dye is visiting her sister at Mjlledgeville Misses Fannie and Effie Young were guests of Misses Maud and Birdie Brown Mrs John Dean has returned home from Lexing ton where she has been visiting relatives Mrs Will Hogue was with her sister Mrs R J Hogue The fifth Sunday meeting was held at Pleasant Point Baptist church with an interesting program Prof J H Allen of Somerset was appointed mod erator and J T Brown clerk The following subjects were discussed Biblical construction of covetousness was discussed by J H Allen J W Acton J L Owens and R R Noel Second sermon by the pastor W G Tilford at 11 A M Eph 55 Afternoon services the subject How Should Church Members be Dealt With who give Nothing to the Cause of Christ was discussed by Revs Tilford Owens Noel and Prof Allen The temperance outlook was discussed by S C Alford JH Allen W R Davidson R R Noel and W G Tilford Preaching Satu day night by Rev Owens Sunday after Sunday school educational interests was discussed by Prof Allen and Rev Owens Sermon at 11 A M by Rev Noel followed by public collection for district missions Afternoon services Bible Mission was discussed by J W Acton Prayer and Mission was dis cussed by Rev Davidson The Pastor and Mission was discussed by Rev Owens Song There is a Fountain Filled With Blood The Consolation of Chris tian Religion in Times of Trial and old Age was discussed by Rev Noel District Mission was discussed by Rev Til ford Prof Allen and Rev Singleton closed by prayer after a sermon at night by Rev Davidson While Attorney F A Hopkins was arguing a case in the Prestonburg courthouse Joseph Fitzpatrick walked up behind Andrew Coburn and shot him three times in the back killing him Coburn was sitting near the bar and knew nothing of Fitzpatricka movements until he was shot During the panic which ensued Fitzpatrick and a crowd of relatives quietly left the courtroom and went home No attempt has been made to arrest him Coburn lately was indicted upon a charge of kill ing a cousin of Fitzpatrick It is expected that over 3000 Japan ese will arrive in British Columbia dur- Ing this month from Japan and Hono lulu and as many if not more are expected in August Steamer Kuntoric will bring the first large contingent of 2000 Japanese from Honolulu to be followed by other British steamers bring- Ing a similar number The numbers being brought across the Pacific are constantly increasing Five steamers duo during the next two weeks from Japan have a total of over 900 on board I WILL sell privately one twohorse wagon Old Hickoryone McCor- mack mower one McCormack hay rake two No 20 Oliver Chilled plows two smoothing harrows corn planter eight sets of gear All comparatively new Will sell at a bargain if sold at once J J Spears Moreland Ky All low temperature records for July were broken at Cleveland the mercury falling to 46 degrees above zero There was more or less frost J REV L M OMER Beloved Pastor of tho Stanford Christian Church CHURCH MATTERS Eld Joseph Ballou will preach at Mt Xenia Sunday afternoon at 4 oclock Rev J L Yandle will not preach at McCormacks church on next Sunday afternoon as had been announced Rev Charles Connor Brown pastor of the Presbyterian church at Lancas ter will preach at tho Stanford Pres byterian church on next Sunday All cordially invited to worship with us The new Methodist church at Shep hcrdsvillo will be dedicated on Sunday next Services will be held morning afternoon and evening Rev Dr W F McMurry secretary of the Board of Church Extension will preach tho dedicatory sermon A movement has been set on foot in Bell county Kentucky and adjoining counties in Tennessee and Virginia to erect a monument of Daniel Boone on the new government road through Cumberland Gap where the explorer first entered Kentucky Within a week from the time it is claimed they robbed a store at Cave City Harvey Thurman and Charlie Lewis colored will be wearing stripes in the pcnitintiary They wero convicted at Glasgow and given three years eachService of summons was secured on John D Rockefeller in person at his Pittsfield Mass home PARKERS HAIR DALSAM Cltuan ud fcrntlllrt tk bait Prooxxtl laiui pnth CUMarmyHjatadtUuat 3 Notice Butchers 1 Goal rvfrlgcrntor 6 high nod 0 fwt wide for MIS lit n gainIAlso n lot of nuicucr tools M bt HuktonTlllv Ky L N TImE TABLi NoSl8outhIlilNu SI south p No 24 North 4Utt tb- Nuf2NorthrtiT r I JOS S RICE Agont ISO Years An Agency50 The oldest in Central Ken tuck Got rov Hntcs be fore Insuring Nothing but firstclass Companies Repre sented Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man Phone 21 STANFORD KY Blue Grass Farm for SaleI with to tell my furIIr tnllei Welt of Huitonvllle lilt from puce and Onrjwn of richconltlnaofhtocretern Htntlon nit II- Ilru hllle or tubeoTlnafnrnteonix equnlty disldett dvnntegou RI to Imwe a Ittnxl dNUIiing on encli Itoel also necetunry 1Tbe fnna lays elntot In a game only out ogle lu iutea There are thaw leirna I tolNleo lIrn t septet I tenRllt bOIllllW water In vury arid alx Instillp tnrlngt 3 ttrenuu running thruugr whole traDt- J HTUKIK OAliritNTKIt II lilt 011111 FOR SALE A fine Lincoln county farm containing 2 30 acres of rich Glue Grass land This land is hoe hemp and tobacco land made last year 85 bushels of corn to the acre This farm has a large frame house ol nine rooms halls porches cellars etc Two stock barns one new stock barn the farm is well watered with never failing springs and creek It is on a good turnpike and near town and school This is an upto date place and will be sold at a bargain if sold within the next 60 days H cash bal ance to suit purchaser For further In formation in regard to farm write L K Hughes or James I White Stanford Ky Cures Gapes Instantly- Bardstown Juno 7 1007 One drop of D41144 dropped down the bill of a gaping chicken kills the worm and relieves the chicken Instantly When fed in the feed or water It Is tho best preventive I hBe over used WILL COOMBS BIll 4t Is guaranteed by your druggist Stanford Drug Co to cure Cholera Gapes Roup and Limber neck Price CO cents No cure no pay COMING COMING In all Its Magnificent Splendor to Stanford Wednesday July 10th ass Mighty Trained Animal Shows The Largest the Grandest the Best and the Only Big Show Coming this Year The Event of the Season Unprecedented and Vast Collection of Entirely New Features A Herd of Performing Elephants A Drove of Camels Dromadaries Zebues Emues Yuks and Sacred Cattle The great est array of talent ever assembled under can vas Grand of amazing and difficult Athletic Acrobatic and Gymnastic Feats by a company of celebrated international cham caravan of wild and rare an imals Many massive dens and cages of Lions Tigers Leopards Hyenas and other rare beasts of the jungle famous for their beauty ferocity and scarcity 110 40 Bands of Music 3 Americas Funniest Clowns Smallest Ponies on Earth 10 40 Spectacular Free Street Pa rade at 130 P M The most pageant of modern times A glistening scintillating mile of pro cessional amazement Two performances daily at2 and 8 P M WALK OVERSh- oes i and Oxfords Wear as long as t bodys and look just a little neater a prettier fit a little better and their anyIlittle more pronounced in dull and leathers at 350 4 and 5 d LADIES t Misses and Childrens Low Shoes in WhitewVici and Patent Kids light and heavy soles straight and swingjlasts in Pumps Oxfords ann Buttons It t H J McROBBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY RXFLL1are Agent for The Famous Rexall Remedies Everything is Guaranteed See our Window Display for Itoxal Prize PENNYSi DRUG STORE Stanford Kentuckyw r Crab Orchard Fair I On WEDNESDAY JULY lOTir tha 1ft tiny of the Crab Orchard Fair the day ladies lire admitted FREE wo will demonstrate to thorn our motto ONLY THE BEST with our compliments n free chow of thoIforiginal Colgnus Tally Tolu Come on to the Fair with your children the first day and we will also give them a free chew of this Pure Tally Tolu Hemeinber this Tolu is given free only to those who attend the Fair LYNE BROS Crab Orchard Druggists Paris Creentt f When you want Paris Green do not forget that we handle the best at the lowest pricefSTANFORD DRUG COet fJ I White Goods Specials relrThis in n white goods eeawm and to make this Rale doubly intercstinbwe fee many special values In Whito Goods lnch nil linen Suiting We liO InttaruK Fancy White Goods Oc j i 2oOyarda 1erfian Lawn lie i a j0 yams 40inch ludin Linen Oc 1 j llillln ed8 of other good things I c iSUNsoRn KY JULY f 1007 f Wo sell all drinks found at a first ClUB City Soda Fountain Try EKE Flip or Egg rhoiphato Pennys t Drug Store PERSONALS- tt Mtss LUCILE MENBPBB is quite sick u MnR W F VAUGHAN la slowly Im i proving IlK TYLun Is spending a few days a EminenceMn M WARE went to Middlesbo ro Wednesday ItUFUS Llil3 of Ilustonvlllc was here yesterday MR A II SEVERANCE was here from Corbin Tuesday FRANK BARNETT Is clerking for George II Farris MRS J F BRADYS death is oxpect ed at any moment Miss ETIIEL CARR of Lexington is with Mrs Joe S Rice Miss EDNA Fin JK of Louisville Is with Mrs W S Jones Cou J WGUBST of Crab Orchard Went to Louisville Wednesday HARRIS COLCUAN returned to Bell county with his father yesterday MR JOHN JONES the aged brother of Mrs P G Warner is critically ill BOIION CAMPBELL is learning the jewelry business In W H Mueller MRS NANNIC FELAND of Richmond WM tho guest of Mrs A M Feland MRS W 0 WALKER is visiting Mrs P J Rosa at Rlchwood Boono Coun tyPROF W C GRINBTEAD of Danville Is visiting hU daughter Mrs J W IrelandMR W THOMAS the popular traveling salesman of Somerset was hero this week MRS S M ALLEN and children of Mlllersburg are with Mr and Mrs E P WoodsMRS BinK and children of Owensboro are with Mr and Mrs J W Baughman GEORGE Bunnirrr of this place is now manager of the telephone exchange at Hustonvillc CLAY RUPLEY will go to Marion county today to visit his sister Mrs 1R It Hourigan MRS J D WBARKN of Lancaster spent yesterday with tho family of Mr r George D Wearen III Miss NETTIB GRINSTEAD has returned to Versailles after a visit to he- t later Mrs Kathleen Bcizlcy REV R B MAllON and Messrs T B Hammonds and Jesse D Wearen attended ccurt at Liberty Monday MRS CEo D WEAREN returned yes terday from a visit to her daughter Mm It G Hail at Kansas City MRS E D KENNEDY has returned from Louisville whoro she has been under treatment She Is greatly benefit ted MR R II METCALF cashier of McKinney Deposit Bank and Miss Liz zie Deck attended the rink Tuesday night MIt E II BYERS tho clever Insur ance man who now has his headquarters at Somerset Is here with agent It B Mahony MESDAMBS RICHARD Binn and B C Ransom and Misses Florence Bibb and Louise Godwin of Nashville are with relatives here a JACKSON of London u MtanliollyokeJohn H Mn R G HAMPTON loft Wednesday for tho Knights Templar Conclave at Saratoga N Y While absent ho will Wislt Niagara Falls Buffalo Now York City Montreal and other places of interest LOCALS CAR of lime at W II Higglns JUST received car of American fenc ing Geo Farris V OITror atjrrlbblo10 rER CENT cash Hughes Dry Goods Store FOR Deering mowers binders and hay rakes go to J L Bcazloy Co TilE tax books are now ready Please call and get your receipt T J Hill sheriff tGREAT reductions at Tribble Dry Goods Store for the next 30 days BE getting ready four the Stanford fair which begins July 17 and lasts 1three days GET a good dinner at tho Stanford fair Mr Boats the Perryvllle cater er will furnish it F Goon sowing machine for sale cheap This office TilE Big Sale Is now on Comer Severance Sons TilE Crab Orchard fair begins Wed nesday and continues three days Of course you and your friends will go Tins office Is getting out a big bill of printing for tho Wayne bur Deposit JONBS Mrs Belle ones who was a sister of Mr James P Goode of Huslonville died at her home In Lexington IK you want to make a dollar right easy look In Pennys Drug Stores show window Its just like getting mono from homeILOST between Crab Orchard and Stanford a spectacle case containing two stick pins Return to Dr T W Pcnnington Reward JUlES R ofthisplace has lhorses at the Crab Orchard fair grounds getting them in readiness for the big event which begins Wednesday THE Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Co has farms of 100 to acres for sale at a bargain Write or apply for particulars and prices PACKAGE of Presbyterian Sunday school lesson papers by mistake put in carriage in front of W H Higglns home last Sunday Finder please return to John J McRobcrU TilE directors of the Lincoln County Fair are requested to meet at tho shot ills office next Friday afternoon at 3 oclock Business of Importance is to be transacted J F Cummins secy THOSE who subscribed for stock in tho Lincoln County Fair Association arc requested to call and pay for same at their earliest convenience J F Cummins secretary THE Russell Springs Fair Association will bo open for bids on all amusement and booth privileges for the fair to be held on Aug C 7 8 9 until Saturday July 13th Direct nil communications- to Rico G Woods secretary Russell Springs Ky- SPEAKINGExSenator W A By rron a fine speaker and a wellinformed tobacco man will speak at Hustonvillc Saturday afternoon at 2 oclock He will organize a Society of Equity Go and hear him You will be well repaid for the time and trouble- DosT e KNOCKIt you are not In fa vor of the creamery or the laundry or any other enterprise keep your mouth shut and quit knocking on them With no money in such Institutions you canto lose anything so keep mum on them if you cant say something good ACCIDENTALLY SHOT Wednesday morning while carlcssly Handling a fib bert rifle Spencer Hill a Negro boy accidentally shot his younger brother Henry in the side inflicting a painful though not dangerous wound The boys live with their father on the Huston villo pike THE rink came to a close in It blaze of glory Tuesday night A splendid crowd was present many coming from the surrounding villages including Dan ville Tho management asks us to thank those who havo patronized tho rink so liberally and to state that in the late fall or early winter the doors will again open The rink has afforded a great deal of pleasure and there is general regret that the hot weather caused a shut down TilE stockholders of tho laundry to be put in operation hero met at the courthouse Wednesday afternoon for tho purpose of electing officers Mr George B Saufley was made chairman of the meeting and Dr T W Penning ton secretary Dr J T Morris was chosen president J II Baughman vice president Dr T W Pennington secretary Walter O Walker treasurer The directors ejected ore J 0 Flor ence Dr W B OBannon W K Warner J H Baughman and W M Bright Messrs H1 MeRobcrts C E Tote W 0 Walker W F Dishonj and Dr J T Morris were appointed to select a location and it Is morn than probable that the storeroom of W K Warner on East Main street will bo rented though the committee has made no report yet Turn Into Money serrasstaa Is what we jiropose to do with a largo part of our Btwk between JUrY 2ND and 1ITII This is no ealo of trash but of tho lost of Mernimnflfec to he hail Our Fall stock will soon Login to arrive and we want the spate those occupy Sale is now on ComoISEVERANCE SON STANFORD Julyt CREAMERY milk cans at George H Farris Go to Severance Sons new store this wool Bio lot of Iron just received Prices Jow Tribblo k Pence FltESil butter milk every day at the Stanford Creamery at Cc per gallon SBB the articles at Tribble Hughes Dry Goods Store for cost and loss than costJULY 1ST has come and gone and you have not paid for your home paper yet Dont let another sun let without your squaring up your account at this office iTIIG following grocerymen have to close their places of business at 7 oclock each evening until Aug 31 IG Singleton Geo D Hopper E L Roinhart W II Brady W H Hig gins T D Newland George H Farris UNDER a picture ofhegentleman the Frankfort Journal says Lincoln county will be represented this winter by William II Shanks a young lawyer and a gentleman of many sterling qual ities lIe is ono of tho most popular men in his section and it is doubtful whether he will havo opposition from any quarter It will be useless at any rate to oppose him He can not be beaten The temperance people know ho is with them and tho republicans recognize his superior claim to public favor11AAGS MUSICAL EIEPIIANTsAh- erd of performing elephants consid ered by all to bo the best in America Is one of tho features offered with Haass Trained Animal Show Among many other wonderful feats performed by these monsters is the musical act of Alice and Tip tho only musical ele phants in tho world who play all the popular nira on horns harp and mouth organs keeping correct time on the drums tho most difficult act known to bo taught to dumb brutes These mu sical monsters will give two grand con corps in Stanford Wednesday July 10 lTilE Negro erg who killed New in Fayette says that the sto rica of his being chased in tho Dlx riv er hills and of being seen in Madison county and other places are all untrue After the killing he drove in the spring wagon in which ho was seated when he shot Mr Veal through the country till his horse became exhausted near Hick man He continued his way on foot that night on next morning rode with the mail carrier to Lancaster where he saw his brother and left his gun lIe then went to Stanford and took the train to Louisville and went on over to Jcffcrsonville where he had relatives lIe was taken sick in Jcffersonvillo and staid there about three weeks He then came boldly on the train back to Lexington and went over to Nicholas vllle where he saw his wife and took the train for Cincinnati where ho had been for tho past montb working In a brickyard and sleeping in the dryhouse THE CREAMERY Tho Stanford Creamery begun operations under the mostauspicious circumstances Wednesday A hundred or more friends of the enterpriso were present when the ma chinery was put in motion and 14 min utes later they saw a big heap of beau tiful yellow butter made out of cream that had been taken from the cows that morning Out of 735 pounds of sweet cream 30 pounds of butter were made and had tho cream been ripened Mr Amos Wildman of Lawrence Kansas the expert who will manage the insti tution tells us that at least eight pounds more could have been produced The management sent us a couple of pounds of tho splendid product and we can testify to its excellent quality Of course the creamery can not pay on 735 pounds of cream per day but the first day was merely a trial Over 150 cows have been promised and routes are being established daily An order for 50 pounds of butter came from J B Willis mine host of Crab Orchard Springs Wednesday while the city butter deal ers say send us all you can The creamery looks like a paying Invest ment and if properly managed and we predict it will be it will prove a great thing for this community The follow ing gentlemen have been selected as n committeo to look after the business of the concern until articles of incorpora lion can be filed and officers elected Messrs J L Bcazely W II Traylor CamenlschlWM S Baughman ITile statement of the condition of tho Peoples Bank of Hustonvillo will appear next issue AT Junction City yesterday B W Durham the druggist shot and killed a Negro namod Jim Givens ELGIN Waltham Rockford South Bend and other makes of watches for sale nt right prices at Muellers SHERIFF HILL and deputies will take William Kennedy and James Ballew to the penitentiary tomorrow The for mer goes for 10 years and the latter for one WHISKY being ggled into the jail and Jailer Horrin tells us that in order to stop it he will hereafter be com pelled to search every person who goes in to see the prisoners Time Lipps heirs leased their flouring mills at Hustonville to the Hustonville Roller Mills Co which company will be incorporated at once The incorporators are G L Carpenter E P Carpenter and R A Lipps The capital Is 12000 and the company starts out with flattering prospects TEARING down t oldHotel and the buildings around it has begun in earnest The storeroom oc cupied by O P Huffman for a meat market will be moved further up Depot street on tho property owned by Mr Cicero Reynolds Mr Huffman will continue to use the building for the meat business YESTERDAY was the coolest and quietest ith of July in the recollection of the oldest of our people It was absolutely chilly In the early morning and delightfully pleasant the rest of the day A base ball game between Stan ford and Crab Orchard was the only thing out of the ordinary The banks were closed and the postoffice observed Sunday hours- ATTENTION TURNPIKE CONTRACTORS Bear in mind that allatonemust beput on the turnpikes before the 1st day of January 1908 and all gravel must be put on on or before the 15th day of Oc tober 1907 The contractor stipulates in his bond to pay 5 a day for each and every day after said dates ho may have tailed to comply with this stipulation of the bond as liquidated damages Before beginning work each contractor will notify Samuel Dudderar the supervisor Gilberts Creek Lincoln coun ty Ky who will either in person measure your wagon beds and direct where the metal is to be spread or have one of his assistants there to measure the wagon beds and direct where the metal is to be put R C Warren Judge Juno 25 190- 7Democrats wof the 11th senatorial district will nominate a candidate for the State Senate at a convention to be held in Bowling Green on August 20 How to Cure Constipation Few people altogether escape a disor der of bowels You may catch cold overeat overdrink worry too much not exercise enough or do a hundred and constipationcomes it Is well to know what to do for it In the opinion of thousands there is no better cure for constipation than Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin which anyone can obtain cents or 1 at a drug store We all have constipation occa sionally and the sensible thing to do is to have a bottle of this remedy always in the house You take It at night on retmne tor ezample and when you wake up In the morning at your usual hour It produce Us results tourheadand ipry once again your appetite has returned and you are ready to work with enthusiasm and vigor All this may not hue taken more than a dose or two at a con not to exceed two or three cents Cun you afford to feel bud when you can feel good for so littler Dr Wilson Drown of Metropolis ilL has no hesitancy In saylnr that Dr Caldwelli Syrup Pepsin la the greatest of all laxatives and he frankly admits to his patients that If they u ed- It when the stomach liver or bowels rot out of order they would have loss need of him It Is without doubt the best cure for occasional or chronic constipation dyspepsia biliousness Jaundice sour stomach lazy liver flatulency diarrhea and similar dlirmlvo Ills In old or young It Is a thousand times better than salts or purgative waters acts gently but surely Is pleasant to the taste does not gripe and cures permanently Go to your druggist and get a W cent or H bottle and see If our claims are not Justified FREE TEST well ThM g Peetry Jelo buy w can raw s tree sample bottle tent to their tams by addressing the company This offer to sieve thatthe remedy do as we claim and It only open to tact ago have never taka It Send for It If you luvs any symptoms at stomach liver or bowel dlieaie Gentlest yet molt elbctiv laxative for children women and eld folks guaranteed permanent horns cure THE PUSuO VERDICT Ho laxative So Good and Sun II OR CAUJWEUS SYRUP PEPSIN This product bean purity guarantee No 17 Washington 004PEPSIN SYRUP CO Ill Soldwell MldO Montlotlle III JLace Silk Waists We have concluded to olTer all fine waists in this sale Thceo include tha daintiest creations from the beet makers in New York Any 5 Waist at 83G5 Any 8050 Waist at 8445 Any 81 130 Waist at 8G9B- OIIQ 81850 Chin n Waist at SIK50 Sec the special values in Lawns and Silk Waists at C9c 8110 UOand 8289 South East CornArMain and Ill 5 potStreets 11 Tribble Hughes Successors To L M Huey Co We can show you better than we can Jell you of the big cut we are making on all summer goods Here are some of our Specialties 5o Lawns at 4c lOc Lawns at So loo Lawns at 124c 20c Lawns at lOci 60c Lawns at BOa China Silk 2oc 26c ewiwes at llc collars 51015and 250 Belts 25 O81 sum and 8175 i t Give us a call and got rock bottom prices for the next 30 days A money saver for y- ouTRIBBLI3 HUGHES Dry Goods Notions Shoes Phone 156 Opera House Block Opposite Court HouseiSTANFORD KENTUCKY 4 For the Fair Shirts CollarsI ANDs ace NeckwearIttteaa r I ess W E Perkins Crab Orchard Kentucky t Tgo E T PENCE STANFORD KY A Good Position For You The man or woman who earns a good salary has made preparation Let IIsl helpIyou to prepare for a good position We have helped others and con liclp you Shorthand Bookkeeping Typewriting and all other commercial branches taught in the Business Department of Iko Sue Bennett Memorial School Write for leaflet giving particulars and showing what our students arc able to accomplish Address J C LEWIS or E H LYLE London Ky a The Interior Journal lfmtrtdin the PollOffice at Stanford cu f Kocnddatt matter TZntUSUBD TOESDAVM AND aritlDA ts AT r 3100 PER YEAR CASH When not no pall 1100 will be charjtodI J = Jesse W Sweeney rsorBiBTOR 24 cry Food aid Salo Stab Lancaster Ky L NOTICE JAafone need Ing a Union Jack nnd t can leave their order with T tai at Htanlord lie hut one he w 1showyou nmltiiko your order auJ vlll til on short notice a B TIUNAlOnU NOTICE MtuatctlO miles South itofand on MoKtnnoy whlch hacks rnn dnily njLcvut Holiday now open treatment of nit n Iidnnyilira Liver madder and Htoin seh and Rowel Troubles Rheunlatlsm u specialty ot reasonable rotes For parttcu lareand terms address F MSIMSPror ItYD lot Itustonvlile Ky SrD CARTER Now Livery Depot Street Phone 96 ST ANFORD KENTUCKY A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberta Drug Store in the Owsley Building INSURANCE Tire Lightning WlndStormlUfe e Accident n BEST Companies Represented Lowest Poi alblf1 Rates UunrRnt I Paying nee IflOnvqunlhxl Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No St liVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buy readymade clothing when there M 10 little dltlerunco In the prlco of ready made salt utid a suit tailorrI havetaken by an experienced Jj ndfomo line of Hprlng Hummer good on make from a low price business suit to We finest dress null Overcoats Trous ers and Fancy Vests The company I rep rtstnt Is second to none H O RUPLEV The Tailor Htunford Ky BLACK HAWK Domlnp years old heavy bone black white points 151 hands high will nerve J- eaetatti4UforJack colts for Jenn- t colt mares nt WO to Insure a living colt v Mares parted with forfeits Insurance Pas tutu at IJOO per month Not responsible for accidents should tiny occur Cull and see m jacks und their Jack colts as well Jean show you what my jack can do ns I to on the Missouri plaul show you Instead of telling you will take pleasure In show Wg all mule Jack and Jennet colts I will also colt Peyton for two to insure n living on sumo terms as HlnckJIawk Will nlso serve u tow mares free with my high bred colt Independence Chief It Moreland Ky Boone Walls r4Successors to B D Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY t Special Attention liven Commercial Men toed Rigs at Keusoiiable llutts Stock Pens In Connoctlon Also agents for all kinds of lInrvlIUng Machinery lasollne and Htenin KnRlnes Threshing Machinery end Haw rft t will pay ou to see us Iseruresou buy Abo- ommluloll I salesmen for all secondblind machinery J C McCIary in Undertaker Embalmer ahd tDealer in Harness Saddlery ed tlSTANFORDOfllce Phone Jfome Phone as J L Beazley Co In of Undertakers and Embalm f en Also Dealers in Fur xiiture Mat ngsRugs Theauill exchange Furniture forSall Kinds of Stock Give t Them a Call Prices Right rIiIANFORD KENTUCKY r FARMERS DEPARTMENT Grccly Lutes bought of John El a cow and calf for 35 The game racer Dr Leo Huffman won a good race at Latonia Tuesday George Stoker of near Little Rock has sold his 1906 crop of tobacco to Ashby Leer of Millcrsburg at 1 be straight Mr Stoker has been pro claimed champion tobacco grower of Bourbon county having received the highest price for both his 1905 and 1906 SALE Southdown lambs lamblQd McKinney cross I wish to engage them before July 10 for delivery later in July if desired Call at place or address Miss Mattie H Howes Moreland Ky U F D Box 33 A Lancaster dispatch says W S Beazley Bro of this place shippe 150 export cattle to Winchester thence over the C d O via New York to Liverpool The cattle are about as fine as were ever shipped from this place They average 1600 pounds and sot for six cents per pound f o b Lan acaster The Elberta peach crop of Arkansas is said to be no large that her most sanguine citizen cannot realize the enormons amount that will be market ed within the next month or six weeks The shipping will begin about the lOt inst and it is expected that fully 2 500 car loads of the luscipus fruit will reach the city markets Arkansas also had an enormous yield of strawberries which brought into the State an Im mense amount of money The crying need is for pickers to gather the ripen ing fruit Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs for 1907 as far as reported Crab Orchard July 103 days Stanford July 173 days Lancaster July 243 days Danville July 313 days daysaLexington Aug 12G days Georgetown Aug G3 days Lawrenceburg Aug 204 days Brodhead Aug 143 days Columbia Aug 204 days Barbourville Aug 213 days Nicholasville Aug 273 days London Aug 274 days Florence Aug 284 days Somerset Sept 34 days t daysiGlasgow Sept 114 daysr Kentucky State Fair Louisville Sept 166 days- ShepherdslIIe Aug 204 days Shelbyville Aug 274 days Elizabethtown Aug 273 days daysnLongLtveThe King is the popular cry throughout Euro pean countries while In America th cry of the present day is Long Dr Kings New Discovery King of Throat and Lung Remedles of which Mrs Julia Ryder Paine Truro Mass- e says It never falls to give immedi ate relief and to quickly cure a cough or cold Mrs Pains opinion is shared by a majority of theinnabltanls of this country Now Discovery cures weak lungs and sore throats after all other remedies have failed and for coughs and colds its tho only sure cure Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Storo COc and 81 Trial bottle free Charles L Newton a grocer came into possession of a dollar bill that seemed like an echo of the recent dis astrous slump in Wall street The bill was rendered in exchange for Easter eggs Across its back is the following story The last of 47000 mostly lost Wall street in United Pacific Read ing St Paul Northern Pacific and a few others The grocer will frame the bill as a souvenir Bad Burn Quickly Healed I am so delighted with what Chan bcrlains Salve has done for me that I feel bound to write and tell you so says Mrs Robert Mytton457Tohn St Hamilton Ontario MlIttlodaughI ter had a bad burn on ap plied Chamberlains Salve and it heal beautifully This salve allaysI pain of a burn almost Is for sale by all druggistsl A Chicago judge has knocked out the law making it unlawful to sell cigarettes Illinois and he is being roundly abused Our observation is that only those who have no better sense smoke cigarettes They do not count The quicker they smoke out the betterFrankfort Journal A Wonderful Happening Port Byron N Y has witnessed one of tho most remarkable cases of healing ever recorded Amos F King that place says Bucklena Arnica Salve cured u sore on my leg with which I had suffered over 80 years now 85 Guaranteed to cure all soreslby Pennys Drug Store 25c Near Bloomington Ind Andrew Deckhard had his right leg sawed off by a binder while cutting wheat They are makin it hot for blind tiger operators at RichmondI The Charming Woman IsIs not necessarily one of perfect form features Many a plain woman who modenpossesses rare a the world admires neatness clear eye clean smooth skin and that sprlghtl ness of stop and action that accompan v good health A physically weak w man Is never attractive not oven herself Electric Bitters restore eak women give strong nerves ht oyes smooth velvety skin complexion Guaranteed at Penny1 s StoresThe tattler Misinform Tho Engaged glrlMlstakenI Ballet girls Misunderstandings The heircssiMisfortune Tho hustlerMlsdoG- u1llblc girlMisbclicve The grafter Misappropriate Wellbred girls Misbehave The gossipAlls tell The liberal girl Mistreat printd read Bridge enthusiast Misdeal Leading ladyMlschlefC- hewinggum girl Mischooie The robust glrlMlsfit- Womansrlghts girl Misrepresent cd Was In Poor Health For Years Ira W Kelley of Mansfield Pa writesIII was In poor health for two yours suffering from kidney and bladder trouble and snentoonsidorablc money consulting physicians without obtaining any marked benefit but was cured by Poloys Kidney Cure and I desire to add my testimony that It maybe tho cause of restoring the health of others Refuse substitutes G L Penny Camphor farms nathe latest ad ditions to the resources of the Lon Star State So far there are only two both of which are operattd by tho government but Texans confidently expect their State to become one of the great camphor experimental regions of the world The camphor experimental farm at Wharton was established near ly a year ago says the Southwest The shrubs have thrived wonderfully wellS and they are now as high as a head If A good stomach is rather to bo chosen than great riches Miona in guaranteed to cure all stomach troubles or money refunded Fifty cents a box at G L Pennys QUARTERLY REPORT OF THE McKinney Deposit Bank at the doc of business on the 29th day of June 1907- RESOURCES Loans and Discounts Som iverdnfts secured verrafts unsecured 74 Due from National BankI 4718 H DaefromStateltanksBtnkers t N W Due from Trust Companies f let W 9317 01 Banking Ibex and Let IIS 41 Estate eooo oa eMortrares eouo S oono Other Stocks and Bonds us Specie I flea If Currency 31e W 3tltJ It Exchange for Hearings Other Items carried 12 Fumlluiesnd Fixtures 3CS1 QurrenIHxpeoeslasownec1 ri Iretlous tiuarur tibs Give description location value sad how lone owned as leal estate etcsct banklg house and lot any owned Iea5 er than are yurl LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid In In cash 4 IICIQ 10 Surplus Fund I00 Undivided Proflls US 40 Due Depositors as foHowsvIa Deposits subject to check oa whkh Interest Is Ml MM i1M II Deposits subject to check on which Interest Is p U so 00Demand certificates of deposits on which Interest Is pa 000 ao Time certificates of deposits en which Interest Is paU ooeoo so Savings deposits on whkh terest Is paid oe n Certified Checks Due National tanks Due Banks and Bankers au oo Due Trust Companies Cashiers Checks outstanding Hills rediscounted 00600 00 Unpaid dividends 00 ooo 00 Tues due and unpaid 00 Kip bl Capital stock not paid SUPPLEMENTARY Illchest amount of Indebtedness of any stockholder person company or firm ln ludlne In the liability of the company or firm the of the Individual mm- berl thereof directly or Indirectly If such ndebtedness exceeds o rer cent of cap tal stock actually paid In and actual mount of surplus of the bank No low Indebtedness staled In above Item secured See Sec 58j Ky Statutes Highest amount of Indebtedness of any director or officer amount of such In debtedness exceeds per cent of pall up capital stock of bank Nothing Sec j8j Kentucky Statutes tow Is same secured Does amount of Indebtedness of any person company or firm Including In the FIcyeed per cent of up actual surplus Ho If so state amount of Indebtedness Amount of last dividend tfwICDWere all expenses losses nd taxes deducted therefrom before do C lailnc dividend snd wasnol toss than lu per cent or net profits of the bank for the period covered the dividend carried to e surplus fund before said dividend was declared Yes See Sec stf Kentucky Statutes S r4i0G9 63 STATE OF KENTUCKY i Si County of Lincoln B It B Mttcair Cashier of McKinney Deposit lank a bank located and dolne business In the own of McKinney In uldcounlyMing duly sworo says the foregoing report Is In all respects a true stateCwent of the condition of said at the Mslness on the l9tb day of June e0o1 to the best of his knowledge and belief and further says that the uslnessnf said Bank has been transacted at the ration named and not elsewhere and that the above- report Is made In compliance with an official notice re G19threport snail be made Subscribed and sworn to before ms by R II ietcalf the 2nd dsyol July 1907 E J TAtiNfll Notary Public la and for Lincoln county Ky Sly commission uplree Jan 20 John Carter F M Ware Reuben Williams Irecton r Mail Us a Check for IWhat is Due this Office thetoNational Bank of Hustonvill 1901ulRESOURCES Loins and Discounts 138739 IS Overdrafts 2787 S1 UtSBondi 12500 00 Banking Houir Furniture Futures 2900 00 Due from U S Treasurer 625 00 Caiii and Due hem Dsnli 54475100I LIABILITIES 21204616 Capital Stock SOooo 00 Surplus and Profit Crculalion 17206 38 12000 00 Rediscounts 3200 00 Deposits 129640 43 811jMcKinney Deposit tBanlc j aSi McKINNEY KYJ At the Clew el Business June 29 1007t RESOURCES Loans and Discount 38581 75 Overdrafts 7 41I Banking House 2489 43 Furniture and Fixtuits 2061 78 Due from Banks 9217 04 Cash 3678 12 Items tarried at cash 12 00 56069 53 0LlADILITIES Capital Stock 15000 00 Surplus Fund 300 00 Undivided Profit 476 40 Individual DeJbrY 4029 13 56069 53 Grot earning six months ending June 29 1907 1307 57 DISPOSED OF AS FOLLOWS Current Expenses lad six months 551 23 Dividend No 4 3 per cent 450 00 Surplus Fund ISO 00 Undivided Profit 15434 Repcctlull thejR H Condition of Lincoln County Nat Bank Stanford Kentucky 7tAt the Close of Business June 29 1907 RESOURCES Dilly 27176347 Overdraft 10653 86 U S Bond 50000 00 332417 33 00wDue from U S Treawrer h Cash 24804 97 10toCapital 50000 00 Surplus 26000 00 Fund to Pay Tax 170174 27701 74 Circulation 49000 00 Individual Deposits 262387 61 Bank Deposit 16721 75 279109 36 405811 10 Earnings Past Six Months Discounts Intern Exchange 8209 98 Bad Debts Recovered 50 00 8259 98 DISPOSED Of AS FOLLOWS Current Expenses 2498 52 Dividend No 18 3 Per Cent 1500 00 Premium 639 06 Fund to Pay Tax 622 40 Surplu 3000 00 82S9 98 M BRIGHT Cashier Annual Statement of the Condition Tire FIRST STATE BANK JUNCTION CITY KY At the dOle of butinets June 29 1907 RESOURCES oans and Discounts 41870 II Overdraft 6lJJ 63 and Fixture 1890 00 anking House and Lot 1600 00 Other Real Estate 2849 39 and and Stocks 2000 00 ue from Banks 5900 86 ash 46lJJ 80 61431 79 LIABILITIES Capital Stock 15000 00 920 00 Undivided Profits 503 24 Individual 43008 55 ills ReDiscounted 2000 00 61431 79 ross Earnings for the Year 3037 28 Undivided Profit Amount 553 28 3590 56 DISPOSED OF AS FOLLOWS Jeneral Expenses 2034 32 ivdend No6 6 per cent 900 00 Added to Surplus 150 00 Undivided Profits 506 24 3590 56 M D RANSDE5X fishier goalforaSAM ROBINSONSTANFORD KY un We have Frazier Carts with steel and Rubber tires A nice assortment of Buggies we are disposing of at a small profitJCome and look at them W H HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky 11 I I s I USE ASBESTOS Sad Irons for all purposes PressingIrons Irons and Flounce Irons GEORGE H HARRISSTANFORD KENTtTKY r r r r t aha n Citizens of Stanford and Vicinity Ftedand collected It is the best investment ever made Steadfast and BestrGeo D11 Hoppers Stanford Kyo Groceries Quecnswnrc Tinware tic i Main Street STANFORD KY I POSTED Itrlctlyforblllpassing on our places and will prosecute vi olator to the full extent of the law Fred VonOruenlRnn Itolehenlinch liroi VoiidruunlKanFredUelChPlilMich Joseph Ilnllou A O MJIIafinnnii Uhrls Jacob M II Klmorc lnr1110IflllnnnJChristina Oraynon J O Oarpuntvr Jacob Jessweln Ham lamcron Mrs MJAshlock O lover Fred Handorf MrsMlVmlloton W Ij Oordlcr J Novlu Carter Peter llnlmer J It Ciiiiienlscli DauRliertyJAnderson Carr J 0Hprott J K Cover W K Anion J W Peak II K Martin LlutlsayNAlex Mr Mary Pepples Din Wnltrr Wnrrell birs Milt tie Wilt Hpoonuuhore11VOnrter lot F fawrenceG TRW PENCE I Undertakers and IEmbalmers STANFORD KY CarfAlso Furniture of All Kinds PicICurtainsIand Wall Paper Mr E T Beazley has charge of the Undertaking Department J TRIBBLE O PENCE Day Phone 28 Night 108 or 133